There were a bunch of things I wanted to blog about, but never got around to it. So here’s a memory purge.
- The last day of school for Guilford County was today, but the EOGs (End of Grade tests) were in mid-May. What in the world do students (and teachers, for that matter) do during those few weeks? Hang out? Play games? In New York, the Regents tests were at the end of June. School was done when the Regents were over. There was no wasting time after the tests were done.
- What’s the deal with the gay marriage amendment? Bush knew it wouldn’t get anywhere, but he’s still wasting time on it. Or maybe he’s just pandering to his base.
- Speaking of President Bush, doesn’t he have enough on his plate before talking up this amendment? I mean, with the wars, the economy, spying/privacy scandals, and immigration ‘reform’, doesn’t he have enough going on?
- Did you see Steven Colbert roast President Bush? It was funny, though Bush and the mainstream media didn’t seem to think so. I guess it’s not too funny when you’re the one being roasted.